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Pillars of Eternity will continue 'The White March' in February

Originally projected for a late January release, it looks like Pillars of Eternity will need just a little more time, as a February release date has been made official.


The Pillars of Eternity expansion story is just about ready to conclude, with the second part of The White March. Part 2 was originally set for a late January release window, but it looks like Obsidian will need a couple of extra weeks in the oven before wrapping up this story.

The White March - Part 2 will now deploy on February 16, with further adventures debuting in the treacherous Eastern Reach. The expansion will include a raised level cap, all-new quests that continue the White March narrative, and a new companion known as Meneha, the Barbarian. A new "Story Time" mode will also hit with this expansion, offering up a significantly increased pace for fans of the game's narrative.

For more on the second half of The White March, let's take a look at the trailer below.

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    January 5, 2016 10:15 AM

    Ozzie Mejia posted a new article, Pillars of Eternity will continue 'The White March' in February

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      January 5, 2016 10:17 AM

      I bought this In the last steam sale. My biggest sadness is that it doesn't have multiplayer like divinity original sin. Hopefully it'll still be worth it :-)

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        January 5, 2016 4:23 PM

        It's an amazing game, this is as close as we have to Baldurs Gate 3.

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          January 5, 2016 4:40 PM

          I'd say it's more in between BG3 and say, IWD3, because it lacks the strong plot and non-party NPCs of Baldur's Gate, along with not having nearly the same scope.

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            January 5, 2016 7:07 PM

            The white march? Yeah its much closer to IWD, but the basegame is much closer to BG3. I guess it balances out!

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